Articles by Keyword: Hospitableness

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  1. Hospitality and hospitableness

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    Not long after the word hospitality emerged as a collective noun to describe the commercial provision of services associated with accommodation, drinking and eating, some academics began to investigate the meanings of hospitality and hospitableness. Whilst most academic programme provision related to...
  2. Hospitality and prosumption

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    Hospitality and the hospitality industry need to be reevaluated in the era of the new prosumer and smart prosuming machines. Traditional notions of hospitality hearken back to an earlier era and ongoing changes are forcing us to reconsider them. Among those changes...
  3. The interstices of hospitality

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    This paper is a review of previous works, and it shows the notion of hospitality situated at the confluence of the concepts of interpersonal relationships, virtue, rites and commercial/non-commercial exchange. In doing so it discusses the most significant authors who...
  4. Exploring the impact of the constructs of the three-domain approach on private social and commercial hospitality provision

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    This article explores the constructs of private social and commercial hospitality in a panoramic examination of the impact and potential future development of the three-domain approach. Focused primarily (but not exclusively) on the books In Search of Hospitality: theoretical perspectives...
  5. Hospitableness: the new service metaphor? Developing an instrument for measuring hosting

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    Over the last couple of decades the word hospitality has emerged from the shadow of being used to describe a cluster of commercial activities providing accommodation, food and drink experiences to guests for a fee. Hospitality describes a ubiquitous aspect of human...
  6. Hospitableness: the new service metaphor? Developing an instrument for measuring hosting

    Hospitableness: the new service metaphor? Developing an instrument for measuring hosting

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Over the last couple of decades the word hospitality has emerged from the shadow of being used to describe a cluster of commercial activities providing accommodation, food and drink experiences to guests for a fee. Hospitality describes a ubiquitous aspect...
  7. Hospitality and hospitableness

    Hospitality and hospitableness

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Not long after the word hospitality emerged as a collective noun to describe the commercial provision of services associated with accommodation, drinking and eating, some academics began to investigate the meanings of hospitality and hospitableness. Whilst most academic programme provision...
  8. Hospitality and prosumption

    Hospitality and prosumption

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Hospitality and the hospitality industry need to be reevaluated in the era of the new prosumer and smart prosuming machines. Traditional notions of hospitality hearken back to an earlier era and ongoing changes are forcing us to reconsider them. Among...
  9. The interstices of hospitality

    The interstices of hospitality

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This paper is a review of previous works, and it shows the notion of hospitality situated at the confluence of the concepts of interpersonal relationships, virtue, rites and commercial/non-commercial exchange. In doing so it discusses the most significant authors who...
  10. Exploring the impact of the constructs of the three-domain approach on private social and commercial hospitality provision

    Exploring the impact of the constructs of the three-domain approach on private social and commercial hospitality provision

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This article explores the constructs of private social and commercial hospitality in a panoramic examination of the impact and potential future development of the three-domain approach. Focused primarily (but not exclusively) on the books In Search of Hospitality: theoretical perspectives...